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Special Fund or Account in County Treasury: Gift or Bequest for Special Purpose; Rules and Regulations by Governing Board.   

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(a) Any gift or bequest of money which is to be invested pursuant to this article shall be placed in a fund as designated by the California Community Colleges Budget and Accounting Manual in the county treasury. If the gift or bequest of money is required to be used for specific purposes according to the terms of the gift or bequest, the governing board shall place the money in a separate account by the name that it shall be known, including in its name the term trust account.

(b) The money deposited in a separate account in the designated fund shall be invested pursuant to this article or expended only for the purposes of the gift or bequest.

(c) The governing board shall adopt rules and regulations to effectuate the purposes of this article, not inconsistent with law.

Authority cited:

Education Code 66700

Education Code 70901

Reference:

Education Code 70901

(Amended by Register 95, No. 29)

Code of Regulations, Title 5

TITLE 5

59020

Subchapter 2.5. Retention and Destruction of Records Article 1. General Provisions. Definition of Records.

(a) As used in this chapter, "records" mean all records, maps, books, papers, data processing output, and documents of a Community College district required by law to be prepared or retained or which are prepared or retained as necessary or convenient to the discharge of official duty. "Records" include "student records" as defined in section 76210 of the Education Code and subsection (c) of section 54606 of this title.

(b) The following documents are not "records" and may be destroyed at any time:

(1) Mimeographed, otherwise duplicated, or carbon copies, except the original or one copy. (A person receiving a duplicated copy need not retain it.)

(2) Any individual memorandum, other than one relating to personnel matters, or other than a student record, between one employee and another employee of the district.

(3) Advertisements and other sales material received.

(4) Textbook used for instruction, and other instructional materials, including library books, pamphlets and magazines.

Authority cited:

Education Code 66700

Education Code 70901

Education Code 76220

Reference:

Education Code 76220

(Amended by Register 95, No. 29)